Pan Am Railways AD-1 is seen crossing over the Deerfield River at Bardwell's Ferry in Conway, MA.
Pan Am train AD-1 parallels Zoar Road and the Deerfield River in Zoar, MA. Leading today's local out of North Adams is MEC 353, a former Penn Central GP40 built in 1969 by EMD.
A former CSX B40-8 leads AD-1 towards North Adams, where it will work the Adams Branch. The train is seen alongside route 8A in Charlemont.
With light snow falling Pan Am 3402 (ex QNSL, note the extra large fuel tank) begins drilling cars to take over to Eagle Bridge.
Local freight AD-1 makes its way back to East Deerfield yard after working the Adams Branch. ST GP9 #54 is leading the way over the Deerfield River Bridge with a 9 car train along the former B&M w... (more)
A couple well weathered grey soldiers rumble over the chilly waters of the Walloomsac River out of Hoosick Junction with a few cars for the VTR at North Bennington on a cloudy Hump Day. I didn't... (more)
Unfortunately I was stuck at home July 28th when the B&M heritage unit ST #77 made its debut on the west end of the Boston and Maine teamed up with a GATX leaser on North Bennington bound train AD... (more)
On a beautiful Good Friday two matched B&M Geeps pull out their interchange train from the VTR on local AD-1.
BM 337 (GP40), BM 335 (GP40) sanding their way off the south leg of the wye with 40 cars they just picked up from Vermont Railway. Once AD-1 departs N Bennington they will make their way south to... (more)
After picking up seven cars at North Bennington Yard, this AD-1 crew will coast back down the old branch for Hoosick Junction. GP35s like the '212' are uncommon sights on this job.
The GRS local between North Adams and East Deerfield is tied down in the "yard" at North Adams until its eastbound run on Sunday.
Local AD-1 heading east with 9 cars